Microsoft and MidAtlantic Broadband Communities Corporation Donates for Purchase of Dental Equipment for Children

Front Row: Todd Howell, Vice-President of Professional Services at VCU Health CMH; Sandra Hubbard, CMH Foundation Cabinet Co-chair; and Shannon Lambert, CMH Foundation Manager. Back Row: Tad Derisio, CEO of Mid-Atlantic Broadband Communities Corporation; Nathan Hamm, IT Operations Manager at the Microsoft Data Center; Brian Bourroughs, Data Operations Manager at the Microsoft Data Center; and Jeremy Satterfield, Manager of the Tech Spark Initiative.

During a recent joint initiative, Microsoft and MidAtlantic Broadband Communities Corporation came together to donate $75,000 to benefit the purchase of pediatric dental equipment for the new VCU Health CMH Family Dental Clinic.

The clinic, which opened on November 26, 2018 will serve adult and pediatric patients, providing a full array of dental services for residents of the community.

Led by Dr. Natasha Grover, staff members, dental students, dental residents, endodontic residents and faculty in addition to oral surgeons for the VCU School of Dentistry will provide state of the art dental care in a new technologically-advanced facility.

Generous support from Microsoft and MidAtlantic will ensure access to specialized dental equipment for children.

“Support from our leaders in the business community is so important to the success of a community hospital. We are so appreciative of the generosity of Microsoft and MidAtantic Broadband Communities”, said Todd Howell. “This philanthropic generosity will mean a great deal to our patients, and to our community.”

 

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